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    My Journey: From Engineer to Founder

    “The stuff that I used to play with in my free time is now what I do day to day.” --- Ian Crosby, aka Captain Canada: Container Solutions Engineer

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    QCon London And Tech Ethics in Action

    My interest at the moment is in web scale and its ramifications. I'm interested in the way current tools, especially IaaS, CI/CD and microservices are vastly increasing the velocity at which new produ...

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    Ethical vs Unethical? Or Ethical vs Inadvertent?

    Next month I’ll be co-hosting the first QCon Tech Ethics track in London with Gareth Rushgrove. We’ll hear speakers from many different areas of technology talking about the ethical issues they face. ...

    Microservices SOS! Over-Engineering War Stories

    For me, one of the most fun and useful parts of going to conferences is talking to other attendees. I learn a lot that way about what folk are currently trying and learning.

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    Where Do We Play and What Do Our Customers Value?

    ‘Container Solutions’ may, depending on your perspective, may be a misnomer. If you peel back the lid on our company, you see that we work at the intersection of containers, cloud infrastructure and r...

    The Cloud Native Attitude Mini-Book

    Introduction to This Blog In April this year, our CEO Jamie Dobson, CTO Pini Reznik and I were sitting around drinking Yorkshire tea and talking about how unclear the phrase “Cloud Native” was. What d...

    Securing Microservices with Docker from Adrian Mouat - Part 1

    Last week, the excellent Adrian Mouat, Docker captain & author of “Using Docker” gave a webinar on how to use Docker to secure your microservice containers. The webinar was a teaser for a 2 day tr...

    Microservices - Thinking Outside the Lines

    In our last few posts we’ve talked about two of the architectural and operational weapons of Cloud Native: containers & dynamic management. However, when I go out and talk to Cloud Native users I ...

    Is Dynamic Management the Real Ops Disruptor?